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Add title here – right here. Yep, right here! Amen. Oh yeah!. Justification Write in some compelling reason that this study should have been conducted. Why? Why? Is there some supporting reason? Is there? Think hard! Another reason? Yes, No

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Add title here – right here. Yep, right here! Amen. Oh yeah!

  • Justification
  • Write in some compelling reason that this study should have been conducted. Why? Why?
  • Is there some supporting reason? Is there? Think hard!
  • Another reason? Yes, No
  • Is there some supporting reason? Is there? Think hard.
  • Write in some compelling reason that this study should have been conducted. Why? Why?
  • Is there some supporting reason? Is there? Think hard.
  • Another reason? Yes, No
  • Is there some supporting reason? Is there? Think hard.
  • Purpose
  • The purpose of this study is blankety blank blank blank
  • Is there some supporting reason? Is there? Think hard.
  • These results could benefit blankety blank blank blank
  • Is there some supporting reason? Is there? Think hard.
  • Hypotheses
  • Variables A and B will be positively and significantly related to Variable C
  • Variables D and E will be positively and significantly related to Variable C
  • Discussion
  • Explain why you got the results you got. Why? Why, I ask? Why?
  • Is there some supporting reason? Is there? Think hard.
  • Can you tie the findings back to theory?
  • Can you? Think hard.
  • What about past research. Similar, Different?
  • Is there some supporting reason? Is there? Think hard.
  • Another discussion point? Yes, No
  • Is there some supporting reason? Is there? Think hard.
  • Limitations
  • Now be honest, what are the problems with your study?
  • A subpoint?
  • Now you know there is more than one problem. Spit it out!
  • A subpoint?
  • Implications
  • How can this study help practitioner or , educators?
  • A subpoint?
  • What about policy makers?
  • A subpoint?
  • What about research implications? Any ideas what future research should do?
  • A subpoint?

First Last Name1, First Last Name2, First Last Name3

1Title, Psychology Department, California State University Northridge

2Title, Psychology Department, California State University Northridge

3Title, Psychology Department, California State University Northridge

Introduction

Conclusions

Methods

  • Sample Characteristics
  • Gender
  • More gender stuff
  • Age
  • range, sd, mean.
  • Family form
  • Stuff here.
  • Ethnicity
  • and so on.
  • Measurement
  • Name of variable and scale
  • how many items?
  • response choices
  • alpha
  • Name of variable and scale
  • how many items?
  • response choices
  • alpha
  • Name of variable and scale
  • how many items?
  • response choices
  • alpha
  • Name of variable and scale
  • how many items?
  • response choices
  • alpha
  • Procedures
  • Stuff here?
  • More stuff here!
  • Stuff here?
  • More stuff here!
  • Stuff here?
  • More stuff here!
  • Stuff here?
  • More stuff here!
  • Stuff here?
  • More stuff here!

Results

Tables Here? Maybe a Figure?

  • Summary of Results
  • What did you find?
  • No discussion, just the results!
  • Another finding
  • No discussion, just the results!
  • Another finding
  • No discussion, just the results!
  • Another finding
  • You get the idea.

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Acknowledgements

  • You could put hypotheses here if you need more room above.
  • You could put a conceptual model / diagram here
  • You could delete this box and put a picture here.
  • You could put acknowledgements here, and then delete the box on the far right and put in implications if more room is needed
  • Write in acknowledgements here – faculty? grant? research assistants?
  • Maybe give webpage for the research project
  • Cold put implications here
  • The options are endless